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] [cheers and applause] >> tonight on book tv, the author of ron paul's "revolution" talks about the career and influence of the texas congressman. and then the legal fight against unequal pay for women, and collin powell talks about his memoir, and shirley sherrod on the controversial internet video and accusations of racism that lost her, her job. >> i don't know. someone took a shot, and as soon as i shot this part i went down, and i think was something like 96 tanks, and each one would fire into the group, and then they came around, they shot -- to put it simply, 150 captive and 84 were shot down by ss forces that captured them. the survivors, including ted palusch, played dead in the field after they were -- they were fired on by machine guns at close range. from the distance from myself at the podium to you sitting in the audience. this range. machine guns were fired at these men. they didn't run. they fell to the ground. >> december 17, 1944. an american convoy in belgium is spotted and captured by german troops, sunday night at 9:00 eastern and pacific. part of american history tv t
at noon. required to have a very interesting discussion of "ron paul's revolution." about 30 years ago there was a book published about the early years of the libertarian movement called it usually begins a timer and unless we found a cato, that most of our interns and students who came to her seminaries had first read the fountainhead. not all of him, but more than anything else. i think you can say over the past six years, it usually begins with ron paul. as we get more people hitting their first taste of libertarian ideas and maybe then they move on to read ayn rand and cato policy studies, whatever. but a lot of people being brought to the concept of liberty and limited government by his campaign and to me it is clear that he got more attention and more success and boats in this cycle, 2011, 12 in 2007 into destiny. i had a lot of reporters ask me, why is that? to me, the clear answer isn't because he he did anything different. he hasn't changed his views, even much of the way he presents them. what did change a think as a public policy environment in which she was talking. back in
else. i think you can say over the past six years, it usually begins with ron paul. as we get more people hitting their first taste of libertarian ideas and maybe then they move on to read ayn rand and cato policy studies, whatever. but a lot of people being brought to the concept of liberty and limited government by his campaign and to me it is clear that he got more attention and more success and boats in this cycle, 2011, 12 in 2007 into destiny. i had a lot of reporters ask me, why is that? to me, the clear answer isn't because he he did anything different. he hasn't changed his views, even much of the way he presents them. what did change a think as a public policy environment in which she was talking. back in 2007, ron paul warned that an cheap money from the federal reserve was not sustainable, that the economy was booming and nobody wanted to listen. after the financial crisis, when he came back around 2011 to campaign again, they were listening. in 2007, 80, he talked about some money and 90 i knew the pretenses of this problem the federal reserve? haven't they been mainta
know what you're saying. they did re-elect ron paul to the congress. speak of ron paul -- i mean paul ryan. >> a lot of rones. >> we're talking ayn rand. >> john: what is the ron paul, paul ryan obsession with ayn rand. if ayn rand were alive, she would hate them for their religion and christianity? >> i stliez with people who love ayn rand because i was a college freshman once myself. it is totally a phase. it is hilarious to me to hear people say i'm a fundamentalist christian and i like ayn rand. that's like saying i love reese's cups but i hate chocolate. it is one of the two ingredients. >> john: we'll get a fox news history lesson that will surprise you because it's completely made up and false. >> john: what's one way fox news helps america? mr. mccaffrey. >> i'm a comedian and writer so they keep me employed. they provide content and help keep me off the unemployment line. >> john: tina? >> someone needs to give gorgeous blond anchorwomen a job. >> christian? >> before the era of fox news, america's eyebrow grooming habits were way out of whack. now we have the waxing techniqu
candidates like mitt romney and raise the bar for grassroots candidates like, oh, a guy named ron paul. when it came up for a vote, this was the reaction at the convention. >> all those in favor, signify by saying aye! >> aye! >> all those opposed, no. >> no! >> the ayes have it! the resolution has been adopted. [ booing and clapping ] >> good old-fashioned strong arm politics there. anyway, here's what they're so upset about it. first, the amendments require that delegates sent to a convention on behalf of a candidate actually vote for that candidate. that means delegates are no longer free to cast their vote as they wish. that means the ron paul strategy of winning delegates at the state convention level is essentially thrown out the window, even if he wins them, those folks still have to vote for romney. second, they increase the number of states a candidate needs to win in order to get his or her name placed in the nomination from five states to eight states. third, their alter the gop's long-standing process of setting rules only at convention, and now allow the rnc to change them at an
saw ron paul's supporters get inside the nominating system to buck the establishment. now party leaders might face a fight on new rules put in place at the convention, to shore up the establishment and prevent the next insurgent, rand paul, say, in 2016? good morning from washington. it's thursday, january 24th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. apologies for the gravelly voice. i have beyonce's lip syncer standing by, shall i need her. anyway, let's get right to my first reads of the morning. secretary of state hillary clinton will be back on the hill today for what is likely to be her last appearance before congress as america's top diplomat. she'll introduce her likely successor, senator john kerry, whose confirmation begins just about an hour from now. three weeks after her release from a new york hospital after a concussion and a blood clot, clinton jousted with republicans and basked in the praise from most democrats. in more than five hours of grueling testimony at times, yesterday on both sides of capitol hill, on her handling of the benghazi attack. the
alienated when i spend a lot of time campaigning for ron paul and the way the party just totally ignored him. it might even make me go back to being an independent and not either party. so just bringing in more people underneath the tent. what do you think it will take for boehner -- [inaudible] >> guest: it's a great question. one of the most important things to remember about taynor is boehner lost his conference seat as chairman of the education committee. it was only in 2006 when tom delay was on the boehner ascended again to be leader of the republican party. he led the party until 20 -- from 2010 until now kept the house for two elections. as much as there is a lot of grumbling about the inner's leadership a lot of republicans who have been in the house for a long time feel the boehner is able to stay in power and bring the party back to power and they applaud that. the ron paul question is an interestiinteresti ng one. ron paul is out of congress and the candidate is no longer there but they there are people who watch them in the house. he is a ron paul acolyte. he would fall under th
the delegates, iowa did not pick mitt romney or rick santorum. iowa picked ron paul. so the iowa caucuses were a mess, right? three different winners, depending on who you asked. the chairman resigned, then there was an ultimate big fight for control of the republican party. the ultimate result was that some ron paul folks became the chair and co-chair of the republican party. and while that may not mean much for iowa at this second, what will it mean in the next caucus, they are controlled by the insurgent movement, the ron paul caucus. and in 2016 is the rest of the republican party going to allow iowa to still go first? because iowa has defended their right in the nation as if going first were all ten of their first commandments. iowa is first with the caucuses, new hampshire, the primaries, and no matter how screwed up the states may be, it is kind of strange states on the presidential election process. they have done everything in their power to be first. everybody wants to be fought over in a presidential election, everybody wants to monopolize the candidates and the nation's attention.
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yelled at by a group of adolescents. i will say this about ron paul. in 30 years of congress, he was never boarish. his son, in two years established a new level of force this, rand paul. ron johnson, from wisconsin, they were carping, petty, and she was a grown-up. i think there is no question about that. >> greenlight for women in combat roles. >> we were taking fire from everywhere. i could remember hearing the bullets going by me hitting the ground beside me. i shot one guy, saw him fall. >> the first woman since world war two to receive and the combat of the other metal. this does not mean that they will be serving in the infantry right away? >> recommended unamous by thjoint chie of staff. there have been 280,000 women that have served in theater in afghanistan and iraq over the past decade, but there are fundamental questions about infantry, where one of the tests historically that has been given is that firemen kerry, that you can lift and carry on your soldiers 200 pounds back to safety. that is a test for male and female. i think that will be at least a hurdle. >> cld y
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, they are jerks on both sides. >> i don't like that argument anymore. >> ron paul said if i were president i would fire you. that was completely -- do you remember any democrat saying that to condoleezza wright? >> that was terrible. you would never be president. that squirrel was stapled to your head. >> that is a sound political argument, bill. that is uh maisessing. that was amazing. >> our views are eager to hear your thoughts on hillary and ben go -- and benghazi. >> you can check out my political blog. i go through c-span. i don't sleep. i just watch c-span. >> it is like a modern political spin. i love watching people come unglued and watching hillary get mad i haven't seen it since i was a waiter and forgot to change someone's order. i am severely allergic to onions and they bring it out and i'm like, there are onions! why are there onions! >> what does it matter at this point? >> i love it when she said we were just being careful. when she was being careful she was jumping to conclusions. the whole point about why blame the video is she threw the united states under the bus when she shou
of carping adolescence. i'll say this about ron paul. 30 years of congress, he was never boarish. his son, in barely two years has established a new level of boorishness, rand paul, and so did ron johnson, the senator from wisconsin. they were carpingatty, and e was the grown-up. i think there was no question look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ ♪ >> we were taking firee everywhere. i remember hearing the bullets going by me and hitting the ground hasbeside me. i shot one guy and saw him fall. >> the first woman since 1992 to receive the silverer star. this does nomean that they will b be serving in army and marine corps infantry units right away? >> there is a three-year
adolescence. i will say this about ron paul. in 30 years of congress, the gentleman from texas was never boarish. his son, and barely two years, established a new level of force ness, rand paul. and so did ron johnson, the senator from ron johnson. -- wisconsin. they were carping, patty. she was the grown-up. there is no question about that. >> 39 for women in combat roles. >> we were taking fire from everywhere. i remember hearing the bullets going by me and hitting the ground. i shot one guy and saw him fall. >> the first woman since world war ii to receive the silver star for valor and combat. secretary panetta lifted the ban on women in combat. that does not mean that there will be serving in the army and military infantry units right away? >> there was an interval. this was recommended by the joint chiefs of staff. there have been 280,000 women who have served in the theaters in afghanistan and iraq and over the past decade, but there are fundamental questions about infantry, where one of the tests, historically, that has been given, is the fireman's carry. you can lift and carry on
alienated when i sent a lot of time campaigning for ron paul, in the way the party is totally ignored him. -- just totally ignored him. it made me go back to being independent. what do you think it will take for boehner to bring more people into the tent? guest: it is important to remember that boehner lost his conference seat in the 1990's. it was only in 2006, once tom delay resigned, that boehner became the leader of the party again. as much as there is a lot of grumbling about his leadership, a lot of republicans feel like boehner has been able to stay in power and bring the party back to power, and they applaud that. ron paul is now out of congress, the former presidential ca ndidate is no longer there. there are some acolytes in that tradition. both of them are -- broke with boehner during the latest speaker boehner. rand paul is in the senate. he is continuing the rand paul movement in many ways. he is now on the senate foreign relations committee. you will hear him talk more about the ron paul ideal foreign policy, less foreign aid, more conservative ideas about where to spend mon
business of bad news soya inspired by ron paul supporter marianne stebbins she told people there was one man carrying the message read out millions will spread the message we will live better when we live free. our leaders are in neighborhoods discussing ideas and we practice living free. ticino children to be self-sufficient you may run for city council to recapture liberty and change the hearts and minds. you are the leader. >> don't settle. lived better. live free. john: no more than 2 million understand nice. >> crystal.nice. >> stick around for the after the show show. >> brenda: pay day, may day. millions of americans seeing their paychecks take a hit for the first time this week as the payroll tax hike kicks into full gear. and with 77% of workers in the cross-fire, virtuly no one is safe. >> i almost cried because they took taxes, a lot of taxes out of me. >> it's one of those things that nobody is happy about. >> that sucks. >> it's not good to see it go down. >> it makes a little bit of a difference, maybe with a little less spending, fun stuff. >> my paycheck was
a lot. but i like mitt romney, i like newt gingrich and ron paul. >> who do you most agree with? >> i think my opinions were fairly forthright throughout the debate and i felt quite honestly i was the perfect candidate for america but that didn't happen and so really, quite honestly, which ever candidate it is, i will be happy to back. >> if you are so very hem mentally against the vanguard of obama care, mitt romney is the least that you would endorse because of his own health care plan? >> i think that's the positive difference i made in this campaign. now mitt romney's answer is that le get behind a full scale repeal. whoever our nominee is they have all agreed verbally to repeal obama care and now it's time for us to hold our nominees' feet to the fire. >> talking about competition, if i were prescribing some medicine for you right now congressman, i would say the situation is pretty terminal. why don't you just do the deebt thing and pull out? why are you staying in the race? >> why don't you do the decent thing and not pester me with silly questions like that? that would be dece
that be a misreading? >> i like rick santorum a lot. i like mitt romney, newt gingrich and ron paul. >> who do you most agree with? >> i think my opinions were fairly forthright throughout the debate. and i felt quite honestly i was the perfect candidate for america, but that didn't happen. so really quite honestly, whichever candidate it is, i will be happy to back. >> if you're so vehemently in the vanguard against obamacare, presumably mitt romney is the least of the four candidates that you would personally endorse, right? because of his own health care plan wasn't that different? >> i think that's the positive difference i made. mitt romney's action is he will get behind a full scale repeal. so no matter who our nominee is, they've all committed verbally to repeal of obamacare. now it's up to us to hold our nominee's feet to the fire. >> talking of competition, if i was prescribing some medicine for you right now, congressman, i think i would say the situation is looking pretty terminal for your race to be the gop nominee. why don't you just do the decent thing and pull out? why are you staying in
on social media. of course he eventually did on a private ron paul affiliated facebook page or group. the dude joked about escaping her, quote, tyrannical ham lock. i like how all of these weirds parts become a political story. somebody rated on him and they suspended aziz. speaking of getting into trouble. >> that's actually an am few tated leg that was rolling around -- an amputated leg that was rolling around. >> it was stuck in there. >> oh it will get out. i realize we can't have pets on this show with you because you lose track of everything. joe, you were saying in the green room that aziz shouldn't be just suspended. he should be thrown in jail. that surprised me coming from a comedian. >> that would be the opposite of what i was saying in the green room. what this started from was the woman saying the unkind things. she attended a campus event with a guy who was heckling a campus speaker. so to break this down they went to heckle a speaker, and now they are getting upset because someone has said something unkind about them. you can't say we will interrupt the speech about so
on why these tax hikes have to go. were jobs will go. because jobs will be drinking faster then. ron paul in his first interview since leaving congress. let's just say that he's not going out quitly. to when the government gets involved, we cannot provide a involved, we cannot provide a sense of personal this is $100,000. involved, we cannot provide a sense of personal we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so muc i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watcyour money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors tn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you sve it. at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle your legal needs. maybe you have questions about incorporating a business you'd like to start. or q
will be drinking faster then. ron paul in his first interview since leaving congress. let's just say that he's not going out quietly. to when the government gets involved, we cannot provide a sense of personal >> the financial political crisis as a consequence of excessive debt. going from the middle class to the rich. no good has ever come from the power of the state to arbitrarily mold human behavior. such power when left unchecked becomes the seed of tyranny. >> don't look now, but paul the apostle has wandered into the desert. not that the vocal one, but the political one. presidential candidate single-handedly galvanized the nation think that libertarianism is not a creepy science. money in an money out. a lot more money going out than coming in. the combination before anyone read and i have covered everyone. ron paul homeowning disastrous consequences. yes, even before that guy, ross perot. he joins me now for his frst interview is a former congressman. welcome comments very good to have you. >> must be with you again. at the risk of sounding disingenuous, i think you are among the sma
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, a ron paul spond supporter. bill clinton has big titles. former president philanthropist and father of the year. >> peter: damn i lost again! >> father of the year for his profound dedication and he will be honored at a luncheon this summer. >> bill: peter i think if magnus and gray had voted -- it would be 2-1. >> peter: there's always next year. 13 minutes past the hour. it is the "bill press show." bill press is here. we're taking your calls at 1-866-55-press. i mentioned we're tweeting at bp show. we've already gotten a couple of comments by the way. who is phil backert. no one ever sees phil on camera. phil maybe today we will actually put you on camera. not so fast. >> bill: i was watching at home yesterday because i was nursing my voice again. and i could see phil -- there's a shot over my shoulder -- over your shoulder through the monitor there and you can see phil answering the phones. >> peter: no kidding. oh wow. hey, ladies. >> bill: those watching at home on current do get an occasional glimpse of phil. >> peter: we were concerned when you were home yesterday, we had go
. this competing group with the nra touts an endorsement on their web page from ron paul. ron paul calling them the only no compromise gun lobby in washington. because you know those nra guys, they're the appeasers. and to prove it the gun owners of america points to moments like after the virginia tech shooting when the nra agreed to go along with an effort by the brady campaign to try to tighten up the part of federal background checks to keep people with diagnosed mental ill nets from getting their hands on weapons like the virginia tech shooter did. the n rachlt did work on that with the brady campaign even though nothing came out of that. but the gun owners of america opposed that work. consider the bill that passed the republican-controlled house in 2011. it would force states to accept permits for concealed weapons that were issued in other states. even if they themselves had tighter rules about this thing. the bill would essentially eliminate the ability of a state to regulate who can have a concealed weapon in their state if the state allowed it at all. it would force the least restric
and grandson of ron paul is in trouble with the law this morning. police in north carolina arrested the 19-year-old william hilton paul over the weekend after a flight from lexington, kentucky. he is accused of disorderly conduct and underage drinking. it is not clear whether he is believe dead van been drinking on the airplane or at the airport. senator paul released a statement asking for privacy saying "many parents with teenagers would understand that request." >> still ahead, he is one of the big of the names in fashion, where crews plan on focusing the search for the plane belonging to massoni. >> and consumer reports are drum and flute" look who's back. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you're better than this...all that prowling around. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than antelope with night-vision goggles. nice! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could
to say he needs eight states so they could not even vote for ron paul. he was done after the primaries. there i go again. only 2 million votes? i should be excited to million americans voted for freedom, a sound money and peace. this is a show about
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